Brian R. Sinclair, FRAIC AIA(Intl) Brian R. Sinclair is Professor of Architecture + Environmental Design, and former Dean, in Faculty of Environmental Design (EVDS).
For the past several years he has served in the unique position of Presidential Advisor on Design + Sustainability at the University of Calgary, Canada. In this capacity he oversaw, advised, inspired and influenced the institution regarding all aspects of landscape, urban, architectural, interior design and sustainability.
Prior to assuming the deanship at Calgary, he
was Chair of the nationally-ranked Architecture school at Ball State University
in the USA.
Brian holds postgraduate degrees in the fields of both architecture and psychology.
expertise, experience and engagement spans the breadth from science to art.
He is an educator and practitioner, an academic and an administrator.
Professional memberships include the American Institute of Architects
(AIA) and Fellowship in the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada
Involved extensively in development activities worldwide, with a particular emphasis on the Asian region, he is the only foreign member of the Society of Nepalese Architects (SONA) and the Union of Mongolian Architects (UMA).
International board memberships include the Architectural Research Centers Consortium
(ARCC) and the Toda Institute for Global Peace + Policy Research
Professor Sinclair is a Board Member of the Evergreen Foundation and the Van Horne Institute of International Transportation + Regulatory Affairs.
He is a past Senator at the University of Calgary, a presiding Governor of the Architectural Foundation of Alberta, an associate with the University of Calgary's Institute for Sustainable Energy, Environment & Economy, member of the Board of Governor's Committee on Environment, Health, Safety and Sustainability, and member of the International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction (CIB).
Professor Sinclair is the recipient of numerous honors, including Distinguished Scholar awards from UNESCO and the International Institute for Advanced Studies in Systems Research & Cybernetics.
is a doctoral candidate at the University of Missouri